That day would not only escort me into a promising future, but would allow me to reflect on my accomplishments and show appreciation to my support team that had brought me there. Equally full of joy, excitement, and nerves, I could not wait to walk across that stage. I had been asked to speak at graduation, which left me feeling extremely nervous and honored. Arriving early, I walked across the parking lot with my silky black cap and gown neatly folded over my arm. I looked up at the crystal blue sky and realized that today was the day that my
Starting this semester, I was extremely intimidated by college and was nervous that I would not be able to do as well in college as I did in high school. I figured that the work would be much more difficult and that the teachers would not be as involved as they were in high school, which was true; but after the first moth or so, I began to really apply myself to my classes and now I feel like I have definitely adjusted well to the college atmosphere. Even though the whole “first semester” experience was not always easy or pleasent, I am very proud of myself to getting through it as well as I did and I am determined to improve next semester. My “frist semester experience” was a huge wake-up call for me. It made me realize that I can no longer rely on my teachers or my mother or my friends anymore and that it was time for me to be independent and handle things on my own.
After myriad discussions with my professors and thorough research I came to the conclusion that MOT is the perfect fit for me. Besides that Management of Technology course is originated from United States which makes it the best place to study from. As for why I choose to pursue my MS from NYU. I cannot comprise an answer for this into mere words. From my childhood I was always enthralled by the life and hustle-bustle of New York, and to get a chance to study at New York University it makes the entire experience phenomenal.
The college classes that I had signed up for was well worth it because they are helping me for what I want to do with my life after high school. Overall now that my senior year is almost over I look back on it and I have enjoyed every moment of it. Not one part of it, I would want to take back because every part of it was a learning experience for me. Even though I am growing up and almost out of high school, this year is definitely the best year in my
The Childhood Experience that I Would Never Forget. Life experience is the best teacher. Almost every person in the world has either passed through some tests or challenges which makes one never to forget that particular moment and event in life. Some of these experiences might either have a positive or negative impact on the general growth and behavior of an individual in a society. During my teenage years, I am always fascinated and excited whenever I hear my parents say we are going on a trip.
I love making new memories. No one ever knows when something can be taken away from them and that is why memories are so important. I have created a plethora of memories during sports, school, vacations, and many other things. One day all of the memories will be so important. I will be able to reminisce on all of the amazing memories and realize how good of a life I have had.
In the years since I entered school, to the moment that my cap left my hand, I had grown into an entirely new version of myself. The freedom of college in combination with the guidance of so many teachers had led me to turn every negative aspect of myself into something new. With the pride I had gained in being part of something bigger, I became diligent and wholly interested in my studies. I had met so many interesting people who helped me break from my shell, and in doing so I had met some of the greatest friends I have ever had. However, in the scale of my life, these events are of little
And the day I awaited for sixteen months finally, I decided to throw a party to celebrate my success and invited all my friend and relatives. I decided to wear my reception dress for the occasion. When my husband laid his eyes on me on that day, I could feel the same spark in his eyes which he had on our wedding day. It was our fifth anniversary, but all who said we both looked the same as we had been on our wedding. My joy had no bounds that day.
It was a big Antique Clock I had ever seen and my mom was happy too. After finishing our dinner my mom said, “Tomorrow we are all going to the anniversary.” I felt cheerful. A lot of things were happening in my mind. I was thinking which dress I was going to wear. The program was at the evening.
Having participated in this program last semester, I was both excited and hesitant to return. I was excited because of all the great people I met and valuable things I learned; but I was hesitant because I didn’t know what to expect out of another seven sessions. Last semester’s program taught me to self-reflect on my past to help guide my future, but this semester helped me to guide my future or at least try to plan for it. One of my first big A-Ha moments in this program was with Mark Trumbo. Taking the time to write out people, places, things, and memories I couldn’t live without along with goals I have for my life, showed me what is truly important.